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Seven Hills, Ohio Education and City Information

Seven Hills is a small city in the greater Cleveland, Ohio, area. Although it doesn't have any postsecondary schools, there are several 2- and 4-year institutions within a short commute of Seven Hills.

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Information About Seven Hills, Ohio

Seven Hills is located approximately 10 miles south of downtown Cleveland. The population of the city was estimated at 11,702 in 2014, based on U.S. Census Bureau figures. The median household income in Seven Hills for the period 2010-2014 was $67,786, which was significantly higher than the median income of $48,849 for all Ohio residents.

Seven Hills benefits from its proximity to Cleveland's cultural destinations, including the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, the Children's Museum of Cleveland and the African American Museum. Sports fans can cheer on several professional teams, including baseball's Cleveland Indians, football's Cleveland Browns and basketball's Cleveland Cavaliers.

Education in Seven Hills

Within 30 miles, residents of Seven Hills can find nearly 75 postsecondary schools, ranging from community colleges like the Cuyahoga Community College District in Cleveland and Lakeland Community College in Kirkland to specialty schools including the Cleveland Institute of Art, the Cleveland Institute of Music and the Central School of Practical Nursing in Independence.

Among 4-year schools in the area, Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland was ranked the 37th best national university in the country by U.S. News & World Report in 2016. The area also is home to two of the best regional universities in the Midwest - John Carroll University in University Heights and Baldwin Wallace University in Berea - which were ranked seventh and 13th, respectively, by U.S. News.

Among the larger universities in the area are Kent State University, with nearly 29,500 students as of Fall 2014; the University of Akron, with nearly 24,000 students; and Cleveland State, with nearly 17,000 students.

Economy of Seven Hills

Most Seven Hills residents commute to Cleveland for work. Major industries in the area include health care, technology, and bioscience. As of 2015, the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, headquartered in Cleveland, employed about 49,000 people. Other large companies with headquarters in the city include Applied Industrial Technologies, KeyBank, NACCO Industries and the Sherwin-Williams Company.

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